Indigenous Canadian-American multi-instrumentalist singer-songwriter, visual artist, and social activist.
An award-winning singer, songwriter, pianist, and civil rights activist. Known as “Queen of Soul.”
Singer, actress, record producer, and songwriter. The founding member and lead singer of Supreme – America’s most successful vocal group.
A singer, businesswoman, and social activist. The oldest National Park Ranger in the US.
A songwriter, dancer, actress, and the most awarded female singer of all time.
Best-selling musician, singer-songwriter, dancer, and actress. Famous for her contribution to women’s sexual liberation in pop culture.
Grammy Award-winning singer, songwriter, and fashion designer. Known as the Queen of Tejano music.
The first and only queen regnant and the last Hawaiian sovereign to govern the islands.
Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter, one of the best-selling music artists of all time, philanthropist, and gender equality activist.
Country music singer-songwriter, producer, actress, businesswoman, philanthropist, and author. The most honored female country performer of all time.